Our eco-friendly, affordable beachfront accommodations are one of a kind in Bocas del Toro.
You can experience the natural side of Bocas as you spend your day lounging, surfing or practicing yoga on the beautiful Red Frog Beach. Enjoy your nights falling asleep to the peaceful sounds of the jungle and the rhythm of the crashing waves.
Palmar is a luxury safari tent style eco lodge built on the edge of the jungle fronting world famous Red Frog Beach and the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. As such, it has excellent views of the surrounding waters, the coastline and the nearby Wild Cane Key.
This off the grid accommodation offers beach front yoga, surfing, diving, stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, jungle hikes and more. Our current yoga/surf retreats offer a one of kind experience with workshops ranging from acro yoga, slackline yoga, and hula hoop yoga to stand up paddle board yoga.
We offer a variety of cuisines and cater to all dietary needs.
Surroundings & Activities
Our staff will be happy to set up personalized tours of the area with the best guides in Bocas for you and your friends based on your schedule. We do not operate these tours ourselves. Here is a list of some of the adventures we can arrange:
Zip Line Canopy Tour
Just minutes from Palmar, the Bastimentos Sky Canopy Tour is a must-do for all adventure seekers! This amazing tour features 7 zip lines and a tree top ropes challenge course. Trips depart daily at 10 am and 2 pm. ($55/person regular, $50 for Palmar guests when booked through Palmar)
Zapatilla Island Tour
Visit the unspoiled Zapatilla Islands which are part of the Bastimentos National Marine Park. Snorkeling, beachcombing and jungle walks are all available. ($25+ per person, $10 park admission fee)
Trek through the jungle looking for birds, monkeys, sloths and other wildlife. We can arrange tours to Salt Creek or to a nearby jungle trail when a guide is available.
Half Day or Full Day Fishing Trip to some of the areas exotic reefs or inshore spots.
Hop on a boat to some of the area's best snorkeling spots where you will see tropical fish and a tremendous variety of corals, sponges and other reef creatures. ($15-20+ per person depending on tour)
Dive Trips or Certification
If diving is your passion let us make arrangements to take you on a reef dive to remember. All gear is included. Trips leave from Bocas Town. (Certification from $225 per person, Discovery SCUBA from $60 per person, Dive trips from $35 per person)
Visit the local Bastimentos Bat Caves for a real adventure to write home about. $20-25+ per person.
Real Estate Tour
Together with our friends at Bocas del Toro Realty we can take you on a memorable tour of the area where you will see a number of properties for sale. We can also design a tour specifically for you and the properties you wish to see.
Our spectacular location on Bastimentos Island puts many activites right at your fingertips, no guide needed!
We will be happy to recommend trails for all skill levels. Popular trips include hiking to Polo Beach, hiking to Wizard Beach, hiking to Bastimentos Town and stopping along the way for some delicious Thai food in the jungle!
At Palmar Tent Lodge we like to incorporate some invigorating beachfront yoga into our daily schedules. Affordable classes are available daily when we have an instructor present and you are welcome to use our Great House to practice on your own schedule! We have mats available. Check out our current yoga schedule here!
Red Frog Beach is an ideal beach for beginning surfers for much of the year. More experienced surfers can hike to Wizard Beach or Long Beach if you want to trek by foot or we can call you a water taxi to shuttle you to any of the amazing surf breaks that Bocas has to offer!
Stand Up Paddle Boarding
We have two 10 foot 6 stand up paddle boards available to rent at Palmar. A great way to explore the nearby beaches and coastal islands when the waves are small or to check out the mangroves on the inland side of Bastimentos.
Our area is amazing to explore by kayak and we have kayaks available to rent.
If you don't want to go on a fancy fishing cruise we can guide you to some nearby fishing holes where you can try your luck! Fishing gear available for rent.
Our staff knows a number of secret snorkeling spots within walking distance of Palmar. Masks and snorkels are available for rent.
- Beachfront Location on Bocas del Toro’s world famous Red Frog Beach
- Daily Yoga Classes (when instructor is available)
- Yoga Pavilion with Yoga Mats Available for All Guests to Use
- Surf Lessons (when instructor is available)
- Surfboard Rentals
- Boogie Boards (Free for guests!)
- Snorkel Gear (Free for guests!)
- Beach Sports Equipment (Soccer Ball, Volleyball & Net)
- Beach Lounge Chairs & Thatch Umbrellas
- Shaded Hammocks
- Beachfront Fire Pit Great House
- Full Bar
- Community Store – offering a plethora of goodies
- Comfortable Indoor & Outdoor Seating Areas
- Tables, Chairs for dining or gaming
- Ceiling Fans
- 12 Volt Electricity – Solar Generated
- 120 Volt Inverter available to charge small electronics during designated charging hours
- Large selection of games (Scrabble, Cranium, Catch Phrase, Taboo, Bananagrams, Mad Gab, Set, Pictionary, Settlers of Catan, Chess, Backgammon, Puzzles and more!)
- Book Exchange
- Projector for movie nights (200+ movies to choose from!)
- Restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and family style dinner
- Lush Landscaping
- Fruit Tree
- Herb Garden
- Organic Vegetable Garden
- Compost Area
- Potable Water from Rain Collection Our water is rainwater but if you have a sensitive constitution we recommend buying bottle water to drink. We sell bottled water in our general store.
- 2 Bath Houses (Community Use) 2 toilets each
- 3 Rainwater Showers (Community Use) The shower is powered by a foot pump and gravity. You pump the water up into a 5 gallon overhead container and then pull a cord to turn the shower on and another cord to turn the water off.
- Hot Water for Showers from Solar Generated Shower Bags (provided for each private safari tent–place the bag in the sun and you have a hot shower!)
Gear & supplies
All you need is sunscreen and bug spray and we will provide the rest. :)
Total number of rooms: 8
Private Double & Twin Safari Tents
Our private safari tents are perfect for couples or solo travelers. Each tent is cheerfully decorated and has a large, lockable trunk for securing personal items and a small table. Three of our private tents have double beds and one has two single beds, all semi-orthopedic mattresses. All furniture is custom made using local materials. Each tent comes with a 12 volt fan and lamp that are hooked up to a solar powered battery. To take advantage of our incredible jungle setting every private tent has its own small, private patio area with comfortable chairs. Each tent also comes with a 5 gallon outdoor solar shower area for rinsing off after a day at the beach and a basin and pitcher for brushing your teeth.
3 Bed Private Safari Tent
Our 3 bed safari tent tent can accommodate up to 4 guests (3 single beds and we can add a cot) and, like our other private tents, features solar powered fans and lights. The tent has 3 single beds with semi-orthopedic mattresses and you can also add a cot ($10) for groups of 4 (see below). The shared tent also features a patio area nestled into the jungle landscape with a private outdoor shower area with a 5 gallon outdoor solar shower for rinsing off after a day at the beach and a basin and pitcher for brushing your teeth.
2 Double Bed Private Safari Tents
These private safari tents are the same style as our current safari tents but are larger (16.5 foot diameter vs 13 foot diameter) and can sleep up to 4 guests in two double beds. All furniture is custom designed and hand made to fit the tent, including a large, lockable truck for valuables. Each tent has a private outdoor seating area, outdoor shower with a solar shower bag and a pitcher and basin for brushing teeth.
We have two of these tents available.
6 Person Shared Dorm Tents
These tents differ from our safari tents in that they are more of a tent/cabin hybrid with a real roof that can be used for water catchment and walls made of canvas with large, screened windows. There are EXTREMELY spacious and very comfortable with semi-orthopedic mattresses, a ceiling fan and light, and large lockers for each tent. We have two of these tents available. Each has 3 sets of bunk beds and can sleep up to 6 people. Everything is custom designed and built right down to the furniture.
Pitch Your Own Tent
If you travel with your own camping gear you are welcome to rent a camp site in the lush back half of our 1 acre property. These sites are suitable for tents only, there are not any spots available for hammock camping on our property. Bath and beach towels available for a $5 deposit. Foam sleeping pads are available for $4 per person. Bedsheets and pillows are also available for $5 per person.
Food types available:
- Vegetarian with fish
- Traditional (non vegetarian)
Can a retreat leader bring a personal chef? Yes
Closest city with major airport that attendees would fly into: panama city to bocas del toro panama
Travel time to closest airport: 30 minutes
Transportation from airport to venue:
Flying from Panama City to Bocas del Toro
One way airplane tickets from Panama City to Bocas del Toro cost around $125. We are more than happy to book these flights for you at no additional cost if you intend to study Spanish at our schools or if you're doing tours with us (please contact us). Online reservations can also be made at: www.flyairpanama.com.
AirPanama flies from Panama City to Bocas del Toro both from Tocumen International Airport (PTY, the airport that you will be landing into Panama City) and from Albrook Airport (PAC, also known as Marcos A. Gelabert Airport or former Paitilla Airport).
Logically if you do not intend to spend any time in Panama City during the first part of your trip to Panama, you might as well try to fly directly from Tocumen Airport to Bocas del Toro (BOC). The flight from Tocumen Airport to Bocas del Toro currently takes place in the morning on Thursdays and Sundays around 10:30 a.m. In other words, if you land into Tocumen before 9:00 a.m. you shouldn't have any problem making that connection. If you booked this flight from Tocumen to Bocas del Toro, you have to clear customs and immigration as normal, go to the AirPanama counter to check in and they will provide you with your gate information.
Tocumen Airport, the international airport, is located in the outskirts of Panama City. Albrook Airport, the domestic airport, is located within the city. It's about a 35 minute commute without traffic between both airports, or 1 - 2.5 hours with traffic. A taxi should cost around $35 and we also offer private airport pickups for our Spanish students for $35 (one of our drivers will be waiting for you with a sign with your name on it).
AirPanama has flights from Albrook Airport to Bocas del Toro. Flights depart daily around 6:30 a.m., 6:45 a.m., 3:30 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. On Sundays AirPanama also offers an 8 a.m. flight. During certain times of the year, flights get completely booked, so make sure to book in advance.
If you manage to find a flight into Panama City's Tocumen Airport that lands before or just after 1:30 p.m. you can make it to Bocas del Toro on that same day flying via Albrook Airport, providing there aren't any delays or major traffic jams in Panama City.
If your flight lands after 1:30 p.m. and you weren't able to secure a flight from Tocumen Airport either, you will have to spend a night in Panama City. The reason for this is because the last flight from Panama City to Bocas del Toro from Albrook departs around 4:30 p.m., which means you have to be at the domestic airport by 3:30 p.m.
If your are planning to study Spanish at our school in Bocas del Toro, feel free to Contact Us and we will get back to you with flight options in case you don't want to spend a night in Panama City.
Both domestic airlines have a 25 - 35 pound baggage allowance and on their websites they say that: "any excess baggage is accepted as baggage conditional and subject to available space inside the aircraft. If there is available space would be sent on the same flight, otherwise it will be sent on the next flight" . To this date we have NEVER heard of someone not being able to take all of their luggage on a flight from Panama City to Bocas del Toro so no worries! What we can't tell you is exactly how much it will cost but people tend to pay between $5 - $20 for addittional luggage (sorry, but we do not understand how they exactly calculate this charge!)
Panama City's hotels have one of the highest occupancy rates in the world so if you are spending a night over there and want to reserve a good room at a decent price, the sooner you book it, the better.
For information about hotels in Panama City for different budgets please visit Frommer's Travel Guide.
A taxi from your hotel should not charge you more than $5 to take you to Albrook Airport if you are staying within Panama City.
AirPanama has daily flights from Bocas del Toro to Panama City at 4:45 p.m. Monday to Saturdays they also fly at 8:00 a.m. and on Sundays they fly back at 9:15 a.m. They also have a flight to Tocumen Airport on Thursdays and Sundays.
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Panama City to Almirante by Bus, and then a Boat to Bocas del Toro
If you want to save some money, then taking an overnight bus from Panama City to Almirante (10 - 11 hours), and then a boat from Almirante to Bocas del Toro (30 minutes) is the way to go.
To make this happen you first have to take a taxi from Tocumen Airport ($35) or from your hotel in Panama City to Albrook Bus Terminal (Gran Terminal de Transporte, www.grantnt.com). And from there you can get your bus to Almirante. We arrange private transfers from the airport to the bus station for our Spanish students ($35), in which case one of our drivers will be waiting for you at the airport with a sign with your name on it.
The Bocas del Toro bus ticket office numbers are: 303-6326 and 303-6327 in Panama City, and 758-8127 in Bocas del Toro.
The only dates when you will not be able to easily catch a bus is when it is a Panamanian National Holiday or when there is school break (3 times a year and dates constantly change). On these days you are better of booking a flight from Panama City to Bocas del Toro because buses can get chaotic.
Once you arrive to Almirante, you can pay any taxi $1 to take you from the bus stop to the docks from where the boats depart to Bocas del Toro.
Overnight buses from Panama City to Almirante depart at 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m and take around 10 to 11 hours. Busses are air conditioned, modern and have reclinable seats. You will arrive to Almirante between 6 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. The first boat to Isla Colón (Bocas del Toro's main island, where our Spanish school is) departs at 6 a.m. and takes 30 minutes. Boats depart every 30 minutes until 6 p.m. The cost for the overnight bus ticket is approximately $30 and the boat (water taxi) costs $5. On Sundays, there is also a bus that leaves Panama City at 7 a.m.
Currently there are three water taxi companies: Bocas Marine Tours ($5 per person), Transporte Torres ($4 per person or $7 for an open return ticket) and Taxi 25.
The bus that will take you back from Almirante to Panama City departs daily at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Alternative: By Bus from David to Almirante (or from Boquete to David and then Almirante)
If the above bus schedules don't work for you (because you arrive into Panama City in the morning or late at night, and don't want to spend a night in Panama City), you can always take a bus to David (6 - 7 hours, $15) and from the bus terminal in David, then take a bus to Almirante (3.5 - 4.5 hours, $8). Busses from Panama City to David depart almost every hour, with the first one leaving at 5:30 a.m. and the last one leaving at 12 midnight. Busses from David to Almirante start at 4:30 a.m. and end at 9 p.m. The bus that takes you to Almirante is the one going to Changuinola. If you were visiting Boquete, you also have to go David to get to Almirante. Busses from Boquete to David start at 5:30 a.m. and run until 7 p.m.
As stated above, it's important to note, that the last boat from Almirante to Bocas del Toro departs at 6 p.m. After that there are no boats to Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro's main island, until the next morning. So if you arrive after dark, you really should spend the night in a hotel in Almirante. Sometimes someone offers boat rides at night at overpriced rates but it is not advisable at all to take a boat in the dark, as fatal accidents have happened in the past, because of boats not having appropriate lights for the evening (it doesn't have to be your boat the one without lights!).
Busses from Almirante to David depart every 30 minutes and run from 4 a.m. until 7 p.m.
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Driving from Panama City to Almirante, and then a Ferry to Bocas del Toro
If you're just visiting Bocas del Toro, there really isn't any reason you'd want to have a car in Bocas del Toro. Almost everything is within walking distance. Taxis and minibuses aren't expensive and can take you to all of the beaches and surf breaks on Isla Colon. If you want to go to another island, the only way to do that is by boat. So the only reason you'd want to bring a car to Bocas del Toro is if you're relocating here and will be living out of town. If you are renting a car during your Panama vacation you can always leave it at one of the public parking places in Almirante that charge $3 per night, are fenced in and are perfectly safe.
Having said all of this, if you want to drive from Panama City to Almirante and the cross your car over on the Ferry (Palanga Ferry, www.ferrybocas.com, Andrés Cerrud, 6615-6674, 261-0350), here is how to do it. First of all, you have to exit Panama City and get on the Interamerican highway. There are two bridges that will allow you to cross the Panama Canal: El Puente de las Américas and El Puente Centenario. Once you leave Panama City you just have to drive on the Interamerican highway to the West for about 400 km until you reach a town called "Chiriqui" . If you arrive to David, you've gone too far: turn back! At the town called Chiriqui you should be able to see a sign indicating that Almirante and Chiriqui Grande are to your right (North). It's also sign posted Gualaca which is a town about 30 minutes ahead. Basically you follow that new road up North. It's very windy and with lots of hills. If it's rained a lot there could be mudslides. You drive on this road for about 2.5 hours (95 km) until you reach a town called Chiriqui Grande. At Chiriqui Grande you will turn left (West again) and drive for a bit more than 60 kms until you reach Almirante.
In Almirante you should ask someone to direct you to the Ferry. The Ferry leaves on Tuesdays to Sundays at 8 a.m. and they start boarding vehicles at 7 a.m. There is no way to make a reservation and it's strictly a first in line, first to get on bases. Sometimes you have to line up from the night before (another reason to not bring your car over). Having said that, it is openly known that certain firemen at the fire station are willing to take care of your car, put in line the night before and put it on the ferry on the next day for $10 - $15.The ferry returns to Almirante at 4 p.m.
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Flying into Bocas del Toro from San José Costa Rica
If your plan is to travel only around the West side of Panama then it could make sense to fly to Bocas del Toro without going to Panama City. For many dates, airplane tickets to San José, Costa Rica, from many parts of the world are cheaper than tickets to Panama City. And from San José, Costa Rica you can fly to Bocas del Toro with NatureAir (www.natureair.com).
Flights from San José to Bocas del Toro take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays (during certain times of the year only, contact NatureAir for more info) and depart at 1:20 p.m.
The Nature Air terminal is located at Tobias Bolaños International Airport (SYQ) located about 5 miles west of downtown and is about 10 miles away from the Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO) in San Jose, Costa Rica.
There is really only one case in which we recommend doing it this way. As flights from San José Costa Rica to Bocas del Toro do not depart from the same airport from which you will be landing in San José, if you are able to land in San José at a time (before 11 a.m. in the morning) that allows you to catch the flight to Bocas del Toro on the same day, then you will have been able to travel to Bocas del Toro in the most efficient way (as long as you get a cheap ticket to Costa Rica as well). Otherwise, spending a night in San José, and having to wait for the day in which the flight happens might not be worth the hassle, in which flying into Panama City is recommended. Take into account that there is also $28 international departure fee from Costa Rica.
The return flight from Bocas del Toro to San José leaves Bocas del Toro at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
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By Bus from Costa Rica to Bocas del Toro Crossing through Sixaola
In San José, Costa Rica you can take a bus to Changuinola in Panama (about 7 hours plus border crossing time), which is 19 km away from Almirante, from where you will be taking a boat (30 minutes) to Bocas del Toro. You can also take a bus from San José to Sixaola, which is located right on the Costa Rican border, do the immigration procedures, cross over to Guabito on the Panamanian side, do the rest of the immigration procedures, and then continue by other means of transportation to Almirante.
There is also a private shuttle from San José to Bocas del Toro (Costa Rica just 4 U, www.costaricajust4u.com).
If you're in other parts of Costa Rica such as Puerto Viejo, Cahuita or Manzanillo there is a shuttle that does private transfers from these destinations to Almirante and include the boat ride within their price (Caribe Shuttle, caribeshuttle.com).
By Bus from San José to Changuinola, and from there to Almirante and then to Bocas del Toro
With this option you will be traveling with Transportes Bocatoreños (758 - 8511 in Panama, and 2227 - 9523 or 2259 - 1325 in Costa Rica). This bus company departs from the same bus station as Panaline does (for traveling to David in Panama from San José, Costa Rica). The station for Transportes Bocatoreños is just north of the Coca Cola Bus Terminal, in downtown San José in front of the Hotel Cocori. Buses leave at 9 a.m. and arrive at the border around 3 p.m.
At the border in Sixaola you will have to get an exit stamp from Costa Rica, and then when you cross the border (over a bridge) to the Panamanian side (the town is called Guabito) you will have to get your passport stamped to enter Panama. Keep in mind that you will have to show a valid exit ticket for Panama, and if you don't have one, just purchase a bus return ticket to somewhere in Costa Rica (for more information about Panama visas click here). Then you will be able to continue your journey to Changuinola (about another hour). In Changuinola you can take another bus to Almirante (less than $2) or a taxi (around $15). And once you arrive to Almirante take a $1 taxi to the dock, from where you can take a water taxi to Bocas del Toro ($4 or $5 depending on the company).
On your way back to Costa Rica, buses to and from Changuinola (45 minutes every 20 minutes, from 5:50am - 9 p.m., US$1.20) leave from the station near to town. With your back to the docks, turn left, and when the road dead ends walk to the right 100 m.
By Bus from San José to Sixaola, and from there to Almirante and then to Bocas del Toro
With this option you will be using a company called Mepe (in Costa Rica 2257-8129 or 2758-1572) which departs from the Caribe bus station. This bus takes around six hours and stops in Cahuita and Puerto Viejo. The fare is around $12. If you take any later buses (other departure times: 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.), you risk not making all the required connections and might find yourself in an undesirable place to stay the night. In this case, it's advisable to stay in Puerto Viejo or Cahuita for a night instead.
Once you arrive to the border in Sixaola you will have to get an exit stamp from Costa Rica, and then when you cross the border (over a bridge) to the Panamanian side (the town is called Guabito) you will have to get your passport stamped to enter Panama. Keep in mind that you will have to show a valid exit ticket for Panama, and if you don't have one, just purchase a bus return ticket to somewhere in Costa Rica (for more information about Panama visas click here).
In Guabito you can get a taxi or other type of private transportation to take you to Almirante (1 hour) for about $5 per person if you're sharing the ride or $15 - $20 if it's only 1 person. From Guabito you can also just take a bus to Changuinola and from there another bus to Almirante, and finally the boat to Bocas del Toro (in Almirante for $1 you can take a taxi to the docks). Or the bus to Changuinola (a bit more than $1) and then a taxi to Almirante.
Border hours on the Costa Rica side are from 8 a.m. -to 5 p.m. On the Panamanian side hours are the same but there is a time diferrence between Costa Rica and Panama and it is 1 hour less in Panama.
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By Bus from Costa Rica Crossing through Paso Canoas
If you're traveling to Bocas del Toro from Costa Rica, the only reason you'd want to travel through the southern border with Panama (Paso Canoas) is because you're planning to visit Boquete before (as this way it's a lot longer to get to Bocas del Toro).
In which case you can find information about making the journey from San José, Costa Rica to David by bus here...
Arrival Information – Upon your arrival in Bocas please come to Casa Verde Hostel and Guesthouse on Avenida Sur. Once there, the receptionist will check you in & arrange your transport to Palmar. We offer shuttles from Casa Verde at 9:45 am and 4:30 pm daily. Our shuttle is cheaper than a regular boat taxi and we have people meet you with wheelbarrows to help you with your luggage on the 10 minute hike across the island. We cannot guarantee that someone will be available to meet you if you take another boat to the lodge, but we are not hard to find. If you do need to come after our last shuttle departs at 4:30 pm the receptionists at Casa Verde can arrange a water taxi for you. Please be advised that after 6 pm the price for a water taxi goes up as it gets dark.
*IMPORTANT: Please come check in at Casa Verde before coming out to the tent lodge! If you try to take a boat to Red Frog and find us on your own you may not find the lodge very easily as Red Frog is a large area with multiple entrances. It is no fun to be hiking around lost with all of your gear! Additionally, you need to pick up a Palmar wristband at Casa Verde reception to ensure that you don't have to pay the $3 admission fee at the Palmar Dock. This wristband is good for free entrance only at the Palmar dock, NOT the Red Frog Marina dock. If you don't have the wristband you will need to pay the entrance fee. At Casa Verde they can also make sure that you boat driver takes you to the correct entrance if you choose to arrive separately from our shuttle.
For teachers leading a group retreat
Deposit to reserve the venue: 50% non-refundable deposit required to book
Price range per day per attendee (for a group retreat)
Price Description & Conditions
The price includes room, food, boards, yoga, lessons, activities, excursions and boat transport.
Cancellation policy: There is a 50% non refundable deposit required. 50% of total retreat price will be refunded with 2 weeks notice of retreat date.
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Most Recent Traveler Reviews:
Feb 24, 2014: “Loved the cozy tents and the beautiful bar by the beach. The food is yummy too…”
Feb 15, 2014: “We managed to squeeze in a reservation here at the last minute and Im so glad…”
Feb 13, 2014: “During our honeymoon, we unfortunately and mistakenly (mislead) stayed six nights at the neighbouring and overpriced…”
Feb 7, 2014: “Stayed two nights and it is simply amazing! The tents are in the jungle and comfortably…”
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Palmar Tent Lodge rated “excellent” by 95 travelers
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